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Last chance to heliski in 2014 – at Great Canadian Heli-skiing

Last chance to heliski in 2014 – at Great Canadian Heli-skiing

last chance to heliski in 2014 - Great Canadian Heli Skiing - with Go Heli & Cat Skiing

(22 December 2014)

Last chance to heliski in 2014 – at Great Canadian Heli-skiing

Did you heliski in 2014 and fulfil your Powder Dreams?

If not, there is still a slim chance to make it…

Great Canadian Heli-skiing have few spots in the last few days of 2014. Or if you can’t make it to BC in time, book one of the remaining seats of the 2014/2015 season.

And – for those of you that are way ahead of the pack – now next season 2016 is open for booking too!

Check out Great Canadian Heli-skiing services and prices.

Contact us to secure a seat!

 

 

 

 

 

Great Canadian Heli-skiing Quick Facts

Location: Great Canadian Heli-skiing Heather Mountain Lodge is one of the most accessible heli-skiing lodges in Canada. From Calgary it is a 4 hour drive west on the Trans Canada Highway (also called Powder highway), passing through beautiful Banff, Lake Louise and Golden with plenty of opportunities for pre and post-resort skiing.

Mountain Ranges: the Selkirk and Purcell mountains.

Annual Snowfall Average:  14 meters average annual snowfall.

Run Length: Most of our runs average in length of 500 vertical meters, and our longest run is 1,900 vertical meters!

Ski Terrain: Amazing and varied terrain, from challenging steeps, open alpine bowls, glaciers to glades. The snow conditions are often the best in the trees as the snow has more protection from the wind and sun than an exposed slope. Expert skiers will LOVE our mushrooms and pillow lines, and snowboarders and aggressive skiers will enjoy our natural half pipes.

Average Daily Vertical: More than 7000 meters.

Number of Runs per Day: The average group skis 8-12 runs a day.

Grouping: Small groups, with only 4 guests per group and per guide. Smallest group format in the industry.

 

 

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